After practicing podiatric medicine in Florida for 25 years, Dr. Goldman began practicing podiatry in Baltimore in 2007. He has continued the same practice patterns established in previous practices, focusing on conservative care in managing foot, ankle, and leg pain. His focus is that the great majority of people with foot and leg pain, including difficulty standing, walking, and even sleeping, can be treated conservatively, with most people getting at least good relief of symptoms within one or 2 or occasionally 3 visits. Symptoms that are described as arthritis, difficulty walking including claudication, and restless legs are usually improved. “Neuropathy” symptoms of burning, tingling, and weakness of the feet and legs can often be resolved in a matter of one or 2 visits. Numbness (loss of sensation) is often helped, but takes between 10 and 45 days for optimal improvement. Dr. Goldman has published some of his findings and approaches in research journals of the American Podiatric Medical Association, American Diabetes Association, British Diabetic Association, and the Journal Of Family Practice. Additional reports are in press and scheduled for publication, or in preparation.